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Joe Budden - Don't You Wait (Freestyle) [New Song]

Angus Walker
Oct 6, 2016 at 04:17pm
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Joe Budden reflects on a love turned ugly on a new freestyle delivered over Solange's "Don't You Wait."

Joe Budden has decided to share a couple of loosies in anticipation of his joint album with AraabMuzik, Rage and the Machine. Earlier today, he dropped off a back and forth freestyle with another lyrical warrior in Styles P. His second drop of the day is a remix of "Don't You Wait," a track off the new Solange album that everyone's talking about, A Seat at the Table. It's assumed the freestyle was recorded within the last day or two, as Budden raps about being "Cudi depressed." The song finds Budden dissecting a relationship that got too serious for its own good. He raps for less than two minutes, though there's a whole lot of impassioned storytelling within that time. The original Solange track plays out for the remaining three minutes. 

Rage and the Machine is set for release on Oct. 21. Budden is currently touring in support of the album. Check out dates for "The Rage Tour" here

Quotable Lyrics 

The company I'd keep was misleadin' 
Like, is she leavin', if he's cheatin' 
Busy weekend spent with Niykee Heaton 

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Joe Budden reflects on a love turned ugly on a new freestyle delivered over Solange's "Don't You Wait."


Joe Budden has decided to share a couple of loosies in anticipation of his joint album with AraabMuzik, Rage and the Machine. Earlier today, he dropped off a back and forth freestyle with another lyrical warrior in Styles P. His second drop of the day is a remix of "Don't You Wait," a track off the new Solange album that everyone's talking about, A Seat at the Table. It's assumed the freestyle was recorded within the last day or two, as Budden raps about being "Cudi depressed." The song finds Budden dissecting a relationship that got too serious for its own good. He raps for less than two minutes, though there's a whole lot of impassioned storytelling within that time. The original Solange track plays out for the remaining three minutes. 

Rage and the Machine is set for release on Oct. 21. Budden is currently touring in support of the album. Check out dates for "The Rage Tour" here

Quotable Lyrics 

The company I'd keep was misleadin' 
Like, is she leavin', if he's cheatin' 
Busy weekend spent with Niykee Heaton 

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